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Anybody over 40 knows it from the Bugs Bunny show. With
24 hour cartoon channels it's probably universally
Have the timing and tuning of anything that makes noise in
an automated assembly line play this, the standard
line song". It's already fun to watch these things,
one that made it's own soundtrack would be even better.
Fast forward to 25 seconds.
You'll recognize it. [doctorremulac3, May 23 2012]
[doctorremulac3, May 23 2012]
||Like it - I once saw a show where they tuned a Formula 1 car to play "God Save The Queen" using a computer to control the engine throttle. More industrially generated music please! [+]
||I've heard a fair amount of music incorporating or even
composed entirely using industrial sounds. Ben Burtt did a
lot of complimentary score in Pixar's 'WALL-E' using
machine noises to emulate 'singing' robots. This post
immediately brought that to my mind.
||Yea, I think that's pretty cool, but to have the musical assembly line actually make something tangible, like a bottle or plastic case would be fun.
||Of course a cheap way to do it would be to mic all the existing noise making parts and just auto-tune them appropriately.
||Yes, sorry, I forgot to add that the idea is indeed very
cool. In fact, the whole anno was sort of leading up to that
but I got distracted. Slightly belated bun.
||[+] I love this idea, but it might be easier to implement
with the Anvil Chorus, which I think might also be a
legitimate choice. I sort of envision it as a metal
stamping machine and a bunch of robot-arm pneumatic
impact wrenches operating at different speeds.